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As this is being written it is just over twenty minutes into the movie (including commercials). So far there have been numerous technical errors, an utterly stupefying plot, poor CGI, and a complete lack of acting ability; and those are the high points.
The movie does have three notable things about it.
First, it is a well advertised SyFy movie feature on Saturday
evening, so you know before it starts that it can't be very good, and you can keep your expectations low.
Second, it took well less than ten minutes to confirm that the
previous point was correct.
Third, David Hewlett did not exactly repeat his Dr. Rodney McKay
character from the Stargate series. What he did provide were a few scenes shot in a day or two so that his name could be included in the movie.
The only reason to watch this movie - once - when you have absolutely nothing else to do, is so that you never have to watch it again in your life.
And, for those who think that twenty minutes is not sufficient time to form an opinion about this garbage; the rest of the movie was, if anything, worse.
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